From Online Surfer to Successful Inventor A New York startup called Quirky is using social media to make the invention process accessible to everyone. WSJ’s Andy Jordan looks at theContinue readingFrom Online Surfer to Successful Inventor : Democratizing Invention
Blog To Book: Is the Formula Still Working ? 2/11/2011 5:40:17 PM Smug Hipster puppies, auto-corrected texts of Dads who say “divorce” when they mean “Disney” (oops) , and AsianContinue readingHipster Puppies? Blog-To-Book Deals Gone Wild.
Tech Diary: Hilarious DIY Cartoons 12/10/2010 6:20:32 PM A do-it-yourself text-to-movie application is popping up all over the Internet. WSJ’s Andy Jordan talks to the CEO of Xtranormal, the companyContinue readingTech Diary: Hilarious DIY Cartoons
Tech Diary: Unwanted Online Attention The Internet has become a vital tool for self-promotion. But as it’s removed some of the distance between performer and fan, it’s made it harderContinue readingTech Diary: Unwanted Online Attention
A Tinkering Renaissance 11/11/2009 From hacker spaces to profitable businesses, tinkering is experiencing a renaissance. WSJ’s Andy Jordan explores some of the “stuff” people are making with new devices thatContinue readingA DIY Tinkering Renaissance
The Coming Currency Revolution 9/8/2009 A digital currency for Microsoft Outlook? Social Networks? WSJ’s Andy Jordan talks to currency renegades tired of big-government centralized cash, and desperate to make theirContinue readingThe Coming Currency Revolution–A Special Report
Effects So Good, Your Head Will Explode 6/25/2009
Star Wars Versus Star Trek? Amateur versus Professional? WSJ’s Andy Jordan tackles these tough questions (and gets his head blown off) in profiling an Internet TV show that helps amateur filmmakers learn skills. … Continue readingStar Trek or Star Wars? Amateur or Professional?